Elixir Electric Guitar Strings with NANOWEB Coating, Super Light (.009-.042)

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Elixir Strings with Nanoweb coating last longer and sound great!

Amp up your guitar’s tone life with the same premium electric guitar strings that experienced players worldwide trust to keep their incredible tone longer than any other string available. Unlike other string brands, Elixir Strings coats the whole string. This protects not only the outer string surface but also the gaps between the windings where common tone-deadening gunk typically builds up in other brands’ coated and uncoated guitar strings.

Who wouldn’t love more quality playing time between the hassle and cost of string changes?

Engineered to endure, these nickel-plated steel electric guitar strings boast a ton of bright, vibrant presence and dynamic punch. Compared to our original POLYWEB Coating, the ultra-thin NANOWEB Coating allows a more traditionally textured, “uncoated” feel.

For a slicker, gentler feel, try a set of electric guitar strings with their original POLYWEB Coating, which also feature a warmer tone.

Of course, the kind of string you play is all a matter of personal preference. Not sure what tone or feel is right for you? Try them out for yourself, and find your new favorite string from Elixir Strings.

Features

  • Gauges 9-11-16-24-32-42
  • Electric guitar strings constructed with nickel-plated steel wrap wire
  • Played for their bright, vibrant presence and dynamic punch
  • Ultra-thin NANOWEB Coating provides a traditionally textured, “uncoated” feel
  • Patented coating technology protects against common corrosion, extending tone life longer than any other brand’s coated or uncoated strings (Elixir Strings player survey)
  • Anti-Rust Plating on plain steel strings ensures longer tone life for the entire set

Doesn't your guitar deserve the best? Buy a pack today!

 

Electric Guitar Strings with NANOWEB Coating, Super Light (.009-.042) Specifications:

  • Super Light string gauges: .009 .011 .016 .024 .032 .042
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ElixirSuper Light Nanoweb Electric Guitar Strings
 
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5.0

The best X-Lite strings money can buy!

Comments about Elixir Super Light Nanoweb Electric Guitar Strings:

These are the best strings (X-Lite) that you can buy for your electric guitar. If you use X-Lite strings these can't be beat. the consistency of quality, Great Sound and incredibly long life make these a string that is renowned among professional guitarists throughout the USA. If you're looking for a string that delivers incredible tone with really long life -pack after pack- than don't hesitate on these. They're worth itr. I've been playing for over 40 years and I have never found better strings than this at this level. Yes, you can buy better strings but you'll be spending a lot more for a set of 6 and not being rich (how many musicians are) these are worth what I normally pay for them. I especially recommend them for Strats and Telecasters. They really sing on those guitars. The 10's are just as good if you like a little heavier gauge but the prices on the 9's and 10's are way below what you'll pay anywhere else. If you're looking for a string with great harmonics stop right here. I can't recommend these highly enough. They truly rate the "fantastic" category. You will not be disappointed and if you try these you will probably never use another brand again. Bravo Elixir for consistently making these as outstanding as they sound. I don't think you can play a better string. (IMHO)

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